Is this ok ?

My normal operating temperature on motherboard is 60°C, thats while I am browsing internet and watching some videos. When I am gaming it is on 80°C.
Pc is brand new.
pc specifications:

AMD FX-4100 @ stock speeds
Kingston Hyper-X 4GB @ 1600 Mhz (single channel)
AMD Radeon HD6770 @ stock speeds
HDD WD Caviar blue 500 GB @ 72000
PSU 400W chieftec 80+
Motherboard Asus M5A78L-M LX
Computer case Chieftec ( do not know exact model ), its got whole open side on CPU, it got holes in front for future fans, and behind slots for 2 fans. I dont have any additional fans except stock ones from cpu and psu and gpu.
Room temperature is about 18-20°C.
Already changed GPU because old one had errors on games ( black lines on monitor ) etc

http://i.imgur.com/pY2wk.jpg - HWmonitor screenshot with temperatures when Im using only ordinary programs. No demanding processes.
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  1. clean your case (mb.video card.osu) from dust
    by using air blower
  2. then add fan to your case
    u can add 2 exhaust fan in rear of case
    and intake fan in side door of case on cpu
    and intake in front of case
  3. profkefah said:
    clean your case (mb.video card.osu) from dust
    by using air blower


    I cant open it under warranty. I'm just asking here is it bug on MOBO or something else?
    So I can tell that to my pc seller who sold it to me. Can this high temperature destory my pc?
  4. try this
    download sensorviewer
    run it
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?8xu7b95hlgugvuc
    upload an image
  5. profkefah said:
    try this
    download sensorviewer
    run it
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?8xu7b95hlgugvuc
    upload an image


    http://www.mediafire.com/?5pn2p746gc0m6gq
    there you go, sorry for personal informations but nvm I dont care about that.
    And today while I was streaming League of Legends my Mobo temperature gone up to 90°C.

    edit: I was playing mafia2 on MAX OUT every setting there. FPS was ok but temperatures arent.
    Other pictures are when my PC isnt doing something big or anything, Almost idle :D
  6. profkefah said:
    try this
    download sensorviewer
    run it
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?8xu7b95hlgugvuc
    upload an image


    what this means: http://i.imgur.com/yu4kv.jpg
    temepratures while livestreaming games: http://i.imgur.com/yFJvI.jpg , The Sensorview PRO showed same informations there.
  7. i am SURE you can open your case to clean it, if NOT send the company an email telling them you need to clean it. if they deny NEVER EVER buy another product from them again.
    If that doesn't work go to your local mini mart that has a car wash and wait for someone to wash their car and go to the end where the fans dry and (hang on TIGHT) hold your PC up in the fans and rotate it to let the fans blow MASSSSIVE air through your shiznit!!!
    (what I would do if i couldn't break the seal!!! - and if it frys - hit them for a BRAND NEW PC!!!)
  8. Majestic One said:
    i am SURE you can open your case to clean it, if NOT send the company an email telling them you need to clean it. if they deny NEVER EVER buy another product from them again.
    If that doesn't work go to your local mini mart that has a car wash and wait for someone to wash their car and go to the end where the fans dry and (hang on TIGHT) hold your PC up in the fans and rotate it to let the fans blow MASSSSIVE air through your shiznit!!!
    (what I would do if i couldn't break the seal!!! - and if it frys - hit them for a BRAND NEW PC!!!)


    I called them now, they told me 80°C + is normal -.-, and if it is overheating pc it should shutdown itself automaticly because every mobo got that overheat prevention system.
  9. skljom said:
    what this means: http://i.imgur.com/yu4kv.jpg
    temepratures while livestreaming games: http://i.imgur.com/yFJvI.jpg , The Sensorview PRO showed same informations there.

    what is ambient temp
    because the temp of pc part is too high
  10. profkefah said:
    what is ambient temp
    because the temp of pc part is too high


    on the pictures there you can see 43°C under load.
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